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Field & Stream Magnum 6-24X50 Rifle Scope

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Get the perfect shot with help from the Field & Stream ™ Magnum 6-24X50 Rifle Scope. Using 6X-24X variable magnification this scope will help you take out your target with better accuracy over longer distances. Take advantage of the waterproof and anti-fog lens when out in soggy or damp weather conditions. Make your shot clean and true with the Field & Stream Magnum 6-24X50mm Scope.
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  • 6x-24x variable magnification
  • Waterproof construction
  • Nitrogen filled / fog proof
  • Fully coated lenses
  • Finger adjustable windage and elevation
  • 1/8 MOA click adjustments
  • Target turrets with extended adjustability
  • Flip-up lens covers
  • 50mm adjustable objective
  • Target dot crosshair reticle
  • Shock and recoil proof
  • Black matte finish
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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 3962672

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Decent for a 80 dollar scope Got this for my Savage 110 ba 338 lapua magnum just so I can go out and shoot my gun while I save up for a real scope. Okay quality at low magnifications but starts to get washed out at higher to max magnification, especially indoors. Adjustments were also not correct too. When sighting in at 100 yards, I tried moving my shots 2 inches and adjusted accordingly. My next shot moved 5 inches. I guess that's what you get for a $80 scope. Overall it's decent and I'll probably keep it to put on a 22 or something else. Only cool thing about the scope, but most likely my gun, I shot a sub moa 5 shot group at 100 yards. December 28, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Not a Zeiss, but for the money... Bought this new (to me). Originally on a 300 mag and it couldn't handle the recoil. Put it on my Savage Arms model 110 30.06 and so far, about 40 rounds through, it's true to 200 yards. A bit shaky, especially when zoomed in, but any 50mm optic will do that. It took a while to sight in, mostly because the rear foot on the leupold ring connecting to the bar was off. No fault of the scope. For 80 bucks, you can't get a better scope for long-reach shots. Wish the scope came with a different reticle. Maybe multi-x or some sort of incremental horizontal lines for 300-400, so on. Again, it's not a leupold vx3 or a zeiss, but it's a good scope. December 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by EXCELLENT SCOOPE In the case of this scope you get much more than you pay for. I own two of these scopes and both zeroed quick and easy. I especially love the 1/8" MOA adjustment and the level of clarity at max zoom. I would highly recommend this scope. September 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great price for a rifle scope I have 5 of these rifle scopes. I feel the price is great for a rifle scope with this magnification and has very clear optics with paralax adjustment which is nice. I also have several other scopes with the same magnification but they are not as clear at high magnification. I do like that the turret adjustments are covered for protection. For someone that wants finger adjustment continusously the covers would have to be left off. As noted in other reviews the croshairs on some have been dislogged. I had only had one that had this issue out of 5 but this was placed on a .416 cal rifle that was being shot from a bench rest that did not allow for recoil. It was replaced with new one at no charge. No problem when allowance for recoil. Also no problems with any other calibers 308 30-06 30-30 338 win mag when recoil is allowed. Maybe small screws rather than pins to hold croshairs in place would be good. May 14, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor Construction I mounted this on a Mosin-Nagant and it lasted less than 40 rounds. This would be a decent scope for say a .223 but NOT for anything higher. April 15, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Nice Scope. Sighted in perfectly and held a real tight group. I put this scope on my .308 and it handled it very well! Sighting it in was simple and it held tight groups. September 9, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not bad for the money I tried this scope out on my BAR 7mm WSM and it could not handle the recoil. I switched the scope over to a Savage .243 and after adjusting the scope I fired 20 rounds out of it and the scope stayed true. I was surprised at the clarity at 24 and the paralux. If it were not for the experience I had with my 7mm WSM I would have given this scope a much higher rating. On smaller calibers I believe that one would be very happy with this scope. August 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Field and Stream scope Good value for the money, great small caliber scope June 18, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Holding up so far I have one of these on my Savage 110BA chambered for .338 Lapua. The gun purchase pretty much ate up my budget at the time so I threw one of these on it just so I could go try the gun out. So far it's held up to 30 rounds of 338. I was looking to see if I can break it, but owing to the guns heavy weight and effective muzzle brake it has held up so far. I'll be mounting a proper scope when I really start pushing the system to it's limits for long distance shooting. June 4, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by High magnification, cheap construction Purchased on clearance for a spare. Does very well on my Savage Mark ii-fv, but I'd never put it on anything with any recoil, or that my life depended on. If you need to be able to pick out a particular pest, the high magnification is good, but if the target is bigger than 30 pounds, use a bigger round. April 4, 2013
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